Question about Acer Aspire 5610-4648 Notebook
I want to update the RAM in my machine, but have seen 2 varieties of speed from RAM suppliers. I'm confused.
My Machine is 5613AWLMI 533Mhz FSB 2MB L2 cache etc.
I believe with a faster RAM speed, my machine could run faster 667 > 533? Is this correct? And what RAM would suit me, 2Gig or 4Gig, and can I keep the 1Gig (2 x 512Mb) somehow... like 2.5G of RAM?
That being said, I'll make the following comments that will hopefully answer your questions.
The maximum memory for your computer is 4 GB. However, if you are using a 32-bit operating system only 3.7 will be available for the system to use minus however much else you are sharing for the video.
Using 667 memory won't make your processor run any faster; the 533 MHz FSB is set in the processor and using 667 memory won't make the memory run any faster either; it will only run at 533. If you do get just 1 2 GB chip to make 2.5 GB total, make sure it is the same speed as the other chip. Usually it's not an issue but sometimes it can be.
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